Accredited parliamentary assistants (abbr. APA) are chosen by a Member or a group of Members of the European Parliament to take care of the dirty work in their legislative activities. APAs’ prestige depends on the Parliamentarian they are working for. As such, it is in the APA’s interest to make so that their A Member of the European Parliament (abbr. MEP) is the living proof that eurocrats are elected by the people, as in every well-functioning democracy. They change every five years, which is more or less the time they need to get a basic idea of how the European Union works. They... is successful in their work and eventually gets re-elected, or they will be suddenly unemployed.
A few days after their appointment, APAs grow a vertical blue badge that sparkles in every social event, playing a fundamental role in mating rituals with While everybody else was thinking of becoming an astronaut or a princess, a trainee, as a child, had only one dream: "Working in the European Institutions". And they never gave it up! They sent their cv, they filled in creative motivation letters, they learned to use the ugly ECAS website,... and other wannabe The term Eurocrat (from the combination of "European" and "bureaucrat") broadly indicates any official working for the European Union; it may have both a negative and a positive connotation, depending on who is speaking. In the EU-Bubble, for example, becoming a eurocrat means reaching a superior state of being, comparable.... They also have the power to let you enter the European Parliament and invite you to exclusive party and group events, so try to be friendly with them.